Portland installs turbines in their city water pipes, powers city by flushing toilets
Hydoelectric turbines have been installed in one of the main water pipelines in Portland, Oregon, utilizing the water pressure to produce el...
It's Friday! Let's have some fun. Here's an upside-down house in Poland, "perfect for sailors, ship captains, and other people with strong stomachs and a solid set of sea legs."
Look what these homes are hiding
Whether they are for storage, work, security or just plain fun -- home owners are adding secret rooms to their construction plans.
Just for fun on a Friday, a look at one of the world's most unusual homes. An amazing shell-shaped house inspired by the work of Gaudí and Frank Lloyd Wright, the house is dominated by smooth surfaces, spiral stairs and natural plantings that makes it feel like you’re living inside a snail.
More in our continuing "crazy house" series--Here's the Porcelain House. Located in China, it made up of over 400 million porcelain fragments, 5,000 ancient vases, 4,000 antique china dishes and bowls, over 20 tons of crystalline rocks and agate, and 400 white marble stone carvings. Valued at over $65 million.
Just for fun on a Friday, an actual stone house! This amazing Flintstone's-like house is located in Nas Montanhas de Fafe in Portugal. Would you live in digs like this?
Just for fun on a Friday--let's look at Alameda's "Spite House." This house was built by Charles Froling when the city took a large percentage of his land away to build a street. To spite the city and an unsympathetic neighbor, Froling built a narrow house butting right up against the street and another residence, taking up the entirety of the 10-foot-wide, 54-foot-long plot of land!